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Re: from SAS to MS Access without Proc Export #4

Hi Bill -

I think you already have your answer - Access reads HTML files just as Excel
does.  HTML has no table size limits I'm aware of.  Use ODS to create the
HTML file and read the HTML file directly with MSAccess, skipping Excel.

BTW isn't the 65k row limit in Excel absurd?

regards

Paul Choate
DDS Data Extraction
(916) 654-2160

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Droogendyk
Sent: Monday, November 22, 2004 12:04 PM
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Subject: from SAS to MS Access without Proc Export

Folks:

I've an application running from my PC via SAS Connect to the Mainframe
that harvests some MF data, downloads the data and uses proc export to
build an MS Access file.  Now and again, the app fails due to a glitch
on our PC network.  I'm doing it this way because we don't have proc
export on the MF.

I can produce xl files from the MF to the PC network with ODS, html and
ftp.  MS Access imports xl files quite readily, but xl files do have a
size limit that we sometimes exceed.Is there also a simple "equivalent"
way to produce (directly) ms access files with only SAS Base?

Thanks,  Bill
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